The Church and Deaf People: A Study of Identity, Communication, and Relationships with Special Reference to the Ecclesiology of Jurgen Moltmann
The Church and Deaf People examines Jurgen Moltmann's ecclesiology from the specific perspective of deaf people, who form a minority group within our society and who have been marginalized and effectively oppressed.
Inspired by his contact with deaf people (after his first wife became profoundly deaf) and mindful of the example of his deaf grandmother, Roger Hitching sensitively examines the history and present experience of deaf people in relation to Moltmann's radical ecclesiology.
- Title: The Church and Deaf People: A Study of Identity, Communication, and Relationships with Special Reference to the Ecclesiology of Jurgen Moltmann
- Author: Roger Hitching
- Series: Theological Studies Collection
- Publisher: Paternoster Press
- Publication Date: 2004
- Pages: 320
About Roger Hitching
Roger Hitching has an M.Th. from King's College, London (1991) and Ph.D. from London Bible College (2002). His concern for deaf people arose when his wife, Jackie, became profoundly deaf. He now provides mentoring services and advice on theological and pastoral matters.